Texas Tunnel Vision

A contemporary wine cave designed for storage and entertaining

Texas Tunnel Vision
On a whim, a family of wine lovers began digging their own cave in Hill Country. With the aid of architect Brian Korte, they were able to bring their dream to fruition. (Casey Dunn)
From the Jul 31, 2022, issue

Brian Korte, a principal of Clayton Korte architects in San Antonio and Austin, didn't set out to design buildings for winemakers and wine lovers. But after designing several wineries, mostly in Paso Robles, he now finds wine architecture to be a major part of his job. One recent highlight is a wine cave in Texas that features a bar and cellar room for entertaining and wine storage. Read more about this Hill Country gem and check out the photos!

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